Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Snuff Gully, TX
My experience has been that even the excellent grade of clay you get from Adams and Zaino does not remove the water spots that are deposited by our very hard water. It has required a fine Adam's polish to finish their removal both times I have corrected my finish. I'd like to try some of this commercial-grade clay so I won't have to use the Porter Cable as much, to conserve my clear coat depth. If the commercial clay gets it done, so much the better. We have very hard water around here, high calcium, so much so that I use a double canister-type water softening/filtering system to soften the water. You guys with soft water are so lucky. My spots come from rain drying, not faucet washing water.
2009 MGM GT: VCM CAI, ARH LT headers (no cats), Vector Tune, MT drag radials
Procharger D1SC still powering the box it came in January 2010, hiding somewhere in the back of my man cave.
PB: 12.533 @ 111.45 w/ 1.951 60' CLAIMING THE INTAKE/LT/TUNE/DR RECORD
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